A question about eye color changes when you are a vampire or werewolf.

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User Info: Bleakwail

Bleakwail
4 years ago#1

I still have not yet become a werewolf or a vampire in Skyrim. I was wondering, If a HUMAN character has a blind eye, black eyes, or white eyes, will the eye color still change while being a vampire/werewolf? If so, what are the changes? Thanks!

User Info: CetraRagnarok

CetraRagnarok
4 years ago#2
Vampires get vampire eyes. They look dark red. Werewolves don't change at all. That's it really.
"Why would his name be Ienzo? Zexion doesnt even have a "l" in it" khknowledge

User Info: Bleakwail

Bleakwail
4 years ago#3

right, but what if you choose one blind eye during character creation, or both eyes blind or black eyes/ will they still change...?

User Info: Bleakwail

Bleakwail
4 years ago#4

bump

User Info: irethkat

irethkat
4 years ago#5
I read that they change on a vampire, dunno about werewolf but probably not.
~^.^~

User Info: Bleakwail

Bleakwail
4 years ago#6

Is there seriously nobody out there who has black eyes, or white eyes and have been a vampire / werewolf and can answer this small question??

User Info: ManOEbony

ManOEbony
4 years ago#7
I have one white eye and it stayed blind
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User Info: Bleakwail

Bleakwail
4 years ago#8

okay... So then there is no change if you have white eyes?

User Info: irethkat

irethkat
4 years ago#9
If you are that concerned with it, start a new character with funky eyes, run through intro, run to one of the vampire lairs close to Helgen, catch disease, wait 3 days, check. Seriously doesn't take that long, as I have done it myself a couple of times for similar reasons. Will take you a lot less time than your current course of action.
~^.^~

User Info: Bleakwail

Bleakwail
4 years ago#10
Of COURSE I am concerned with it. You only get one chance to create a character. Of course I want to make sure everything is planned. I don't want to miss out on seeing the vampire eye change. What is wrong with that? I can't believe nobody knows the answer to this simple question.
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